Stan Allen Architect

Stan Allen | Four Projects: 2010–2015
To be published by The Knowlton School of Architecture, Ohio State University, in the series Source Books in Architecture (#10)
Editor, Benjamin Wilke, with Contributions by Scott Cohen, William O’Brian, Jeff Kipnis, Michael Caldwell, Douglas Graf, and Enrique Walker.
Available soon from Applied Research + Design at Amazon.com

Copy/Paste/Trim
Full-scale installation and exhibition of recent work in the Gallery, NYIT School of Architecture, Old Westbury, Long Island. On view through May 5, 2017.

Alternative Worksite Studio
Groundbreaking in June 2017 for SAA’s studio for Alternative Worksite, an Artist’s Residency in Roanoke Virginia. The profile of the studio relates to the archetypal house form and local vernaculars, while the juxtaposition of forms and the relationship to the landscape underscore the contemporary program.

Material Histories: The Ballon Frame
SAA has been selected to participate in the 2017 Chicago Biennale “Make New History” curated by Johnston/MarkLee. Our contemporary balloon frame will be on view when exhibition opens September 16, 2017.

Drawings' Conclusions
Stan Allen’s drawings from 1986 and 2012 were featured in the exhibition at the SCI-Arc Gallery which ran from March 10 – March 25, 2017
Curated by Jeffrey Kipnis; Designed and Produced by Andrew Zago

SAA’s Vertical Botanical Garden for “The Architectural Imagination”
United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, curated by Cynthia Davidson and Monica Ponce de Leon, opened May 27 2016. The exhibition traveled to MOCAD, Detroit and will open at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles July 14 2017.

Gallatin House
Construction is underway on SAA’s residential addition in the Hudson River Valley. Originally built by an artist as live/work space, the structure has been expanded and repurposed as a house for collectors of contemporary art with new living and exhibition spaces.

Incident Report Viewing Station
Gary Stephan and Stan Allen Space and Place on view June/July 2016 in Hudson, NY.
For more information please visit — Go to Incident Report Viewing Station

Work in Progress
Four Projects starting construction soon; houses and studios for artists and collectors.

SAA at MAXXI Foundation
Stan Allen is leading the Princeton CAUI team invited to participate in “Roma 20-25: New Life Cycles for the Metropolis”: an international design workshop and exhibition organized by the MAXXI Foundation and the Urban Planning Department of the City of Rome. For more information please visit* — Go to CAUI*

Ongoing Work
Second Ward Foundation non-profit contemporary arts and performance space in Hudson, NY

SAA Studio opens
SAA Hudson River Studio opens

Stan Allen interviewed by Nader Tehrani for BOMB Magazine.
— Go to BOMB Magazine